Aug 28, 2013
While the RWA was taken over by residents of CP2 in June 2013, the final hanover of the site has not happened from the builders side as there are many pending construction and quality related issues.
A comprehensive list of the issues has been created by members of the BCCA which can be downloaded from this link:
Jan 29, 2013
The Chandigarh High Court disposed off the Writ Petition filed by CP2RWA with the following order dated 21 Jan 2013:
After hearing learned counsel for the parties, this writ petition is disposed of with liberty to the petitioner (CP2RWA) to move a specific application in this regard under the said Section to the Director, Town and Country Planning for taking appropriate action against the colonizer pointing out the violation committed by him and if any representation or application is filed within one month from today, respondent No. 2 Director, Town and Country Planning, Haryana is directed to dispose of such representation/application in accordance with law after providing an opportunity of hearing to the petitioner as well as colonizer or any other effected person, after passing a speaking order preferably within a period of four months from today. As far as revised lay out plan is concerned, it has been stated by learned counsel for the respondents that before revising any building or lay out plan, the opportunity of hearing will be provided to any affected/interested person.
The complete text of order can be downloaded from here : 2013-01-21 Order
In light of the above, apartment owners of ALL TOWERS of Central Park 2 are hereby requested to highlight their concerns by submitting their form below by or before 9th Feb 2013. They can also email their concerns to email@example.com.
Update : Thanks for all the inputs to members and residents.
Jan 8, 2013
The MLA of Gurgaon, Shri Rao Dharam Pal visited Central Park 2 and met residents on Sunday, 13 Jan 2013 at 11:30 a.m at the garden behind Tower 1. The residents of Central Park 2 were present to facilitate him and get an introduction to their MLA.
They also submitted a petition highlighting three key concerns :
a. The movement of tractors from the Sewage Treatment plant was damaging the roads in front of Central Park 2 entrance and creating a lot of noise pollution.
b. The road from Sohna Road to Tikri Village had yet not been constructed completely.
c. The main HT electrical lines were often at fault and needed frequent repairs.
The MLA was very eager to resolve the issues for the benefit of residents. He has kindly consented to look into these issues at the earliest.
The meeting was followed by Tea & Coffee session.
Dec 11, 2012
In a hearing held on 10 December 2012, the Punjab & Haryana High Court at Chandigarh refused to vacate the stay it had imposed on revised plan for the colony from being approved. The refusal came after several requests from the opposition lawyers seeking a vacation on the stay. The Hon’ble high court opined that until the issues at hand were resolved, the stay order would remain imposed. They also hinted that they might give directions that once the layout plans are approved by a developer and apartments are booked, no changes can be permitted in the layout plans.
The next hearing is set toward the end of January 2013. The key facts for the case are listed in the previous update here.